Cowboys and Aliens Movie Review
Cowboys and Aliens Movie Review
This movie surpasses expectation. When trailers played in theaters, audiences heckled. But, the producers delivered a fast moving, easy to follow plot. Just enough mystery and suspense, along with a few laughs, balance the film.
All of the characters develop and mature naturally. The reveal of nature and hearts unfolds organically as the plot unfolds. It will be advisable for makers of recent superhero movies to get some consulting from director Jon Favreau or writers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
One slimy practice Hollywood continues in this film is the debasement of Christianity. Recently, in Pirates of the Caribbean, Higher Tides, an evangelist character seemed to always be saved, as if by the hand of God. In the end of Pirates, however, he accepts the assistance of a demon and is taken to Hell. In Cowboys and Aliens, the same detraction is at work. A preacher character is in this movie, too. He has some good characteristics: He encourages others, gives his time for others, helps the main character in a time of need, and finally sacrifices his life to help a boy. But, he says to Doc, “You have to earn God’s presence.” That is a lie from Hell!
That in the ages to come he might show the exceeding riches of his grace in his kindness toward us through Christ Jesus. For by grace are you saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast (a letter from Paul to the church at Ephesus: Ephesians Chapter 2, verses 7 to 9, KJV).
New World Order Frontloading
In recent years it seems, almost every movie promotes some thought or interpretation suggestion that promotes the satanic “New World Order.” Most people now understand that government and powerful organizations seek to control power and wealth. What they miss is the ultimate goal: a literal reconfiguration of the power structure of the entire planet.
Movies are often (always?) written with an idea to lead, or at least add to, your thoughts. Cowboys and Aliens did not deviate from this standard. As in so many previous films, we receive the “bad alien” followed by “good alien.” The identity of the alien is not completely obvious, and is not revealed in this review. However, the “good alien” does save the day.
Where is the 32?
As always, this movie has the mark of the Satanists- their secret number 32. This time, it is the number of soldiers Colonel Dolarhyde lost at the battle of Antietam: 328 men.
Aliens are Demons
In this movie, they add something new. I have not noticed this idea previously: The characters decide the “aliens” are demons. I doubt Hollywood is deviating from its unholy allegiances. This appears to be more psychological front-loading. Everyone speaks of the “aliens” as demons after the opening scenes of the movie. However, when the characters are attempting to ascertain the nature of their attackers, someone asks the preacher if they are demons. The preacher initially says something like, “Well, it does match the description.” When challenged, however, the preacher insists he did not say they are demons, “I did not say they are demons!”
By attributing the notion to the man who reads the Bible, Hollywood means to belittle the notion that “aliens” are anything but beings evolved from “rain upon the rocks” which produced a “primordial soup.” The character who turns out to be an alien explains coming from “beyond the stars.” That is called “the heavens”, and it is where fallen angels fall from in Revelation.
They also come from under the earth.
When the “aliens” come, they will come both from the ground and from the sky, just like in this movie.
People who go to the cinema and watch movies like Cowboys and Aliens, I am Number Four, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse and many others have a greatly increased chance to believe that the people coming are not demons at all, coming to fulfill the judgments of Revelation. Instead, they will believe they are just another life form, like on Star Trek or Farscape. And, these movie-goers, who do not also read and study their Bibles and pray regularly, will actually anticipate and hope for the arrival of the “good aliens”.
New Agers Believe Aliens are Friends
All the New Agers are already squirming hoping for salvation from a dying planet via good space aliens. In I am Number Four and Legend of the Guardians, you find more information. In Number Four, the good aliens remain, to continue helping, just like in Transformers. In Legend of the Guardian, the “good” owls (who exist only in myth until the youth discover they are real), remain to “establish order and lead into a new world.”
Do you know that if an alien abductee gets born again as a child of God, the abductions stop? It is because aliens are demons and greatly fear that a child of God will call on Jesus in their trouble, or will bring God’s Word into action. Just quoting God’s words of protection binds demons from harming. They don’t abduct Christians with faith in the Word except by error.